Worship Calendar

Worship Calendar

Worship: Every Sunday at 11am

November 19, 2017:  “Making a Real Difference”
Rev. Rick Hoyt-McDaniels
Passing legislation and adopting incremental reforms is slow and boring.  But when real people are really suffering, demanding ideological purity instead of negotiating achievable compromises is cruel.  We will welcome new members during the worship service.

November 26, 2017:  “Looking to Our Teachers”
Megan Dowdell with the Chalice Choir
In the season of gratitude, we can take time to recall the teachers in our lives, past and present, traditional and unexpected. When we find ourselves needing guidance, how do the stories of the wise ones in our lives help us to renew and gain courage? Join Megan Dowdell, candidate for UU ministry and professor at Starr King School for the Ministry, in a service of music and words looking to our teachers.

December 3, 2017:  “Hey Low, High Sustainability”
Kay Ande Astreed, preaching with Alice Maupin, Worship Associate
Each person is born out of a society, into an extension and the very expression of the environment, into “I”, inside my skin, under our mainstream human-centred culture that largely pre-dictates what to eat. (The world is fast over the limits of what our environment–outside my skin–can renew and sustain.)  Just as the ripples I make every day, what I choose to eat, directly and indirectly, affects all other living things not only me. Veering away from the current course begins at a local level, from within I, making active and conscious changes however small.

December 10, 2017:  “Was Anyone Saved?”
Rev. Rick Hoyt-McDaniels with the Chalice Choir
Unitarian Universalism promises that human beings are strong enough, smart enough, and good enough to save ourselves and the world we share.  How are we doing?

December 17, 2017:  “Future Church”
Rev. Rick Hoyt-McDaniels
In an age of TED Talks and Pod Casts do we need sermons?  If our churches are only organized for social justice are we something different than a political group?  What form should our churches take that will best do what our world still needs churches to do?

December 24, 2017:  “A New World”
Rev. Rick Hoyt-McDaniels
Christmas marks an event in divine history as significant as the first creation or the final judgment.  One era ends; a new begins.  For Unitarian Universalists every birth, indeed every moment, can be the hinge on which history swings.

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